New: Bracket Information

A new feature has come to life on Toornament, to help the participants and viewers better understand what’s happening during a Bracket Stage.
Indeed, organizers have ways of customizing the brackets of their tournaments, thanks to the Configure Bracket advanced settings, and we now provide the same level of information for everyone, on any bracket view on the public pages of a tournament.
To display the detailed information, simply click on the “Info” button at the top-right of the bracket:

There are 3 kind of information on this new view:

  • The ID of the match, such as “WB1.1” or “LB2.2”, which stands for Winner Bracket or Loser Bracket, and the number of Round and Match
  • The arriving participants, with their Seed: “Seed #1 – 8”
  • The logical links between matches, with the provenance of participants playing in subsequent matches: “Loser of WB1.2” – “Winner of LB1.1”

The Info view remains active even after the stage has started, or is completed, and it then displays the results and participants’ names too:

This will help participants better understand their progression through a bracket, and know what to expect for their next matches, depending on their results! So hone your skills, and make your way through to victory!

February’s Open Tournaments

We hope your Valentine’s day went well, and whether that’s the case or not, time to take a peek at our upcoming Open Community tournaments!
Take a minute, check what we have in store, and maybe next week, you’ll be able to refer to yourself as a champion!

cr Clash Royale

La Couscousière Tryoutsby YARA 128 Players 21/02/2018 Register
STD Tournament Dayby STD SPŠE 64 Players 27/02/2018

fifa18 FIFA 18

Winter Pro League 18by WPL 64 Players 16/02/2018 Register
The MAGE Onlineby Mage Esports 256 Players 16/02/2018 Register
Ukraine Sportby Ukraine Sport Community 20 Players 17/02/2018 Register
eCOPA Nord-Est Q.5by Coca-Cola 4096 Players 19/02/2018

hs Hearthstone

Fireside Gatheringby Gargula Gaming 50 Players 17/02/2018 Register
AgderLAN 2018by AgderLAN 20 Players 21/02/2018

hots Heroes of the Storm

HGC Europe – Cup 4by HeroesHype 64 Teams 19/02/2018
HGC NA – Cup 4by HeroesHype 64 Teams 19/02/2018
Royal Rumble: Gladiatorsby CLAN a.s.d 32 Teams 19/02/2018

krosmaga Krosmaga

Arel Krosmaga Cupby Arel 256 Players 16/02/2018
FDJ Open #2by FDJ Esport 256 Players 24/02/2018 Register

lol League of Legends

OneUp Toornament ESCby Electronics Sport Chaos 16 Teams 15/02/2018
Torneo #1by EgamerLatam 200 Players 16/02/2018
ESCL 1by E-Sports Caribbean League 8 Teams 16/02/2018
Girls Vs Boysby Slice n Dice Gaming 60 Players 18/02/2018 Register

pubg PlayerUnknown’s BattleGrounds

AgderLAN 2018 – Duoby AgderLAN 50 Teams 21/02/2018
AgderLAN 2018 – Squadby AgderLAN 25 Teams 21/02/2018

You are an organizer, and would like us to showcase one of your upcoming tournaments? Feel free to contact us on Twitter or Facebook!

You can now duplicate your tournaments!

After having received your feedback, and thinking about the best way of handling the matter, we are happy to announce that you are now able to easily duplicate one of your tournaments!
The process is easy as pie, as all you have to do is get to the “Danger Zone” of the tournament you want to duplicate, in the “Settings” menu, and click on “Duplicate:

You will then be prompted with a menu asking you to select which features of your current tournament you wish to duplicate into the next one, and give your new tournament a new name:

Choices are obvious, and once you validate, you will automatically move to your newly-created tournament!
We want to thank all the organizers that gave us their feedback about this, and please note that we plan on adding the Structures to the list of things to be copied over, but that requires a lot more work, and we wanted to give you access to the feature as soon as possible, so we will keep working on it!

Feature your Discord Server on your tournaments!

Communication between a tournament organizer and his participants is essential for the good run of a competition. Hence, we today add a simple yet significant feature to a Tournament’s contact information: the Discord Server:


This information is now treated just like the organizer’s email, meaning it gets displayed on public pages, confirmation emails and soon on the mobile application!
You can display your Discord Server by adding its invitation link (make sure it is a permanent one!) in the General Settings of your tournament, under the new “Contact” tab:

We hope this will make organizing and participating in tournaments even easier for everyone!

Check-in now available!

A highly-requested feature is now available on Toornament for all to use!
You can activate the Tournament Check-in for your participants to confirm their presence to your competition. Alternatively, you may also just activate the Check-in on the Organizer’s side, to keep track of your participants’ presence yourself.

As a participant, you can see the current status of the tournament, including its Check-in part; both on the tournament public page and your list of tournaments:

As usual, you can find more details on the Help Center: for both Organizers and Participants.
And it’s available on both Android and iOS versions of the Mobile App:

We are of course still open to feedback and comments, so try it out, and let us know what you think!